Coal Import & Trading

The group has over 23 years of experience in sourcing and shipping of coal to over 30 ports in India, Morocco, Taiwan, China, Korea and Pakistan.

With our in-depth knowledge and relationship with leading producers and suppliers across the globe, we are able to source coal from a wide variety of suppliers and deliver it to almost any destination in the world.

The offices in Indonesia and Singapore help to better serve the Asia-Pacific market.


Petroleum coke, also known as ‘petcoke’ is a by-product of the oil refining process. After fuel products and lubricating oils have been processed from crude oil, the excess is superheated through a process called ‘coking’. This produces a stable, carbonaceous solid fuel that is often used in coal-fired power plants and cement kilns.

Thermal Coal

Also known as ‘steam coal’, thermal coal is the primary variety of coal used in boilers to generate steam to produce power. It is commonly used in power plants and kiln fuels for the production of cement.


Anthracite is another variety of coal that’s almost entirely comprised of carbon (90% to 98%), making it the hardest form of coal. Anthracite is difficult to ignite, but is known for being the cleanest burning form of coal as it gives off the least amount of pollutants. Its ability to provide ‘clean’ energy makes it a good option for organisations looking for a more eco-friendly power generation option. Anthracite is used for domestic furnaces as well as in steam-powered generators. It can also be liquefied to be utilised in internal combustion engines.

Coal Facts

Coal is a combustible, black sedimentary rock composed predominantly of Carbon. Millions of years ago, during the Carboniferous Period, organic matter got deposited in stagnant swamps.